In comparing the Sermon on the Mount to Woodstock, I can make no real academic assertions. So I’ve decided to take a more psychedelic approach.
Debra A. Copeland
At its conclusion in August 1969, the Woodstock Music & Arts Fair looked like an abandoned refugee camp in the aftermath of a flood. The mud-caked blankets that littered the ground likely had been dropped by the U.S. Army, along with food, water and medical supplies, after the site was ...